INTRODUCTION: Open your argument to the audience and give them reason to listen on. I. Hook (Opening Statement): Get your audience’s attention! Consider a quote from the story. Are there any circumstances in which the law should be ignored?
BRIDGING THE GOSPEL TO MORMONS IN SALT LAKE CITY __________________ A Paper Presented to Dr. Daniel Sanchez Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary __________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for MISSN4633 Chronological Bible Storying __________________ by John Salinas April 7 2016 BRIDGING THE GOSPEL TO MORMONS IN SALT LAKE CITY Begin typing your introduction paragraph here. Remember that the introduction paragraph should include your thesis statement. What is a thesis statement?
Q1: Working Thesis Share your working thesis statement and a fact about your topic for your research paper. Give a reason why you chose this particular topic to write about. Respond: Respond to at least two other students with comments that reflect your reactions to their thesis statements.
Writing a rhetorical analysis on a specific text is something that I have never had to do before in prior classes, so when I found out that I had to write an entire paper on a rhetorical analysis on a text of my choosing I was a little worried. I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to give lengthy and accurate descriptions at a college level. Once I read in the textbook what a rhetorical analysis exactly was, my worry was overcome with ease to say the least. I decided to do my analysis on a speech written by one the most inspiring people in my life Gloria Steinem. Gloria Steinem is an American feminist and social political activist who wrote an article in the New York TImes “ After Black Power, Women’s Liberation” which brought her fame as
The analysis I made was based on Douglas McGray’s article “Lost in America”. You did a great job starting your introduction in a creative way using a question as attention-grabber. It is an effective strategy to grab the reader’s attention. You briefly summarized the article’s main points; it provides readers a brief explanation of what will be further analyzed. You also established a very solid thesis statement with a purpose, audience and rhetorical device being analyzed.
Rujuta Swadi #20 Period 1/2 A Message to Victims (Topic Sentence/Question) Every year, about 3.2 million kids teens are bullied at school to the point where suicide seems like their only escape. Jamie Nabozny was one of those people who almost committed suicide because he felt hopeless. After being encouraged to sue the Ashland School District in court, and winning, (thesis statement) he has made it his mission to encourages others to fight back. (Background Info)
Dogs are better than cats. Dogs can provide protection for you and your family from dangerous situations. Dogs can be service dogs for people who need help or they have medical problems. Also dogs have a very good sense of smell which can help with a lot of problems. In all dogs are way better than cats.
Hello Lazarus: I think you have a pretty good and strong thesis. three reasons that are starting each one the three paragraphs of the body of your essay. Based on my essay feedback teacher said essay needs to be based on the ethos pathos and logos on the CDC website. Just make sure your following that path and review the teacher’s feedback on your first draft. Doing this will give you an idea if what you wrote is good or if something needs improvement.
1. Introduction and thesis statement: Please write an enticing introductory paragraph (6-8 lines) in which you identify the title of the film you have watched and provide a discernible thesis statement. (Please see sheet attached for tips on how to write a plausible introduction and thesis statement.) 2. Characters, Plot, Setting: Provide a summary of the film (10 lines maximum) in which you address the following questions: 2.1.
Ever since I entered ICU, it is one of my goals to be an exchange student, because I want to spend one year in other country to study in different language during my college life. In that way, I can broaden my mind and learn different ways of thinking in that country. Every time I travel other countries, that experience makes me feel like I can see many things clearer than before. Also, by changing my environment for a year, I want to learn many things that I cannot learn in Japan. The experience of living in other county for a year will be a good chance for thinking about my future and myself.